#Maydays Prompt – Evil lurking

May the forces of evil become confused on the way to your house.” eyes
― George Carlin

For today’s #maydays prompt may a little evil feature.

Remember you can write a memory, short flash fiction, poetry or whatever may take your fancy and pingback here so that I can pop by and visit you. Don’t forget to TAG your prompt #maydays too.

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#Maydays Prompt – Laughing all the way

laughing quoteI know not all that may be coming, but be it what it will, I’ll go to it laughing.”
― Herman Melville

For today’s #maydays prompt an easy one – let a little laughter fill you life (and ours) – time to make us laugh.

Remember you can write a memory, short flash fiction, poetry or whatever may take your fancy and pingback here so that I can pop by and visit you. Don’t forget to TAG your prompt #maydays too.

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Another amazing collection for yesterday’s #maydays prompt – a little lost:

#Maydays Prompt – A Little Lost | Morpethroad

Lost Passport – ladyleemanila

[Flash Fiction] The Answer Is Always Yes – Jade M.Wong

Maydays: Flash Fiction – Lost Keys #Maydays – Mandibelle16

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#Maydays Prompt – A Little Lost

“For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought.”

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The Lost Sheep Photo Courtesy of Sue Vincent @DailyEcho

― Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene

For today’s #maydays prompt may your character lose something, their phone, their marbles, their sheep?

Remember you can write a memory, short flash fiction, poetry or whatever may take your fancy and pingback here so that I can pop by and visit you. Don’t forget to TAG your prompt #maydays too.

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The book-tastic collection from yesterday’s #Maydays prompts with the theme of BOOKS!The poetry that emerged from these guys was truly amazing and I urge you

The poetry that emerged from these guys was truly amazing and I urge you to check each one out:

#Maydays Prompt – Books | Morpethroad

Ladyleemanila – book spine poem

Maydays: Book Spines Poem – Free Verse – “A Prince and A Cook”  – Mandibelle16

A little bit of fiction from myself:

The Perfect Dream | new2writing

A *NEW* entry with a very beautiful and thought provoking post:

Cerșind ultima secundă – Begging for the last second | look around!

Great Entries, thank you for taking part in #Maydays. KL ❤

#Maydays Prompts – Water Worlds

“You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that there is such a thing as an ocean, a sea.” ― C. JoyBell C.

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For today’s #maydays prompt I don’t want to dampen things but may you dive underwater and head under the sea and provide us a watery tale.

Remember you can write a memory, short flash fiction, poetry or whatever may take your fancy and pingback here so that I can pop by and visit you. Don’t forget to TAG your prompt #maydays too.

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#Maydays Prompt – Haunting Tales

“Catherine Earnshaw, may you not rest as charging the catlong as I am living. You said I killed you -haunt me then. The murdered do haunt their murderers.” ― Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights

For today’s #maydays prompt how about a little haunting?

Remember you can write a memory, short flash fiction, poetry or whatever may take your fancy and pingback here so that I can pop by and visit you. Don’t forget to TAG your prompt #maydays too.

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Some great responses to yesterday’s prompt – The Break – don’t forget to pop by for a visit:

Break the Silence – ladyleemanila

#Maydays Prompt – The Break – Grandma’s Vase | Morpethroad

What a mug | Postcard from a Pigeon

If Only They Knew – The Watching Witch #writephoto | new2writing

The Coffee Break Fantasy!

His eyes had begun to droop and his arms were begging to ache, but hope and perseverance wouldn’t let him stop. He was almost, almost, at the end of his first draft. He leaned back in his chair, switch on the light, maybe a bit of brightness would keep him awake. He fiddled with the settings on the pc and some music came out low in the background. He closed his eyes, just a sec, to take the melody in.

Behind him came a noise he had not expected. Turning in his chair, a long dark-haired beauty sashayed down the corridor towards him, in her hands a tray of coffee. Coffee, he thought that is just what he needed. She lifted the cup from the tray and leaned in towards him, slowly placing the cup on his desk her eyes lingering on his. He shivered at the thought of her being so close.

The movement caused a clatter on the desk and suddenly his head shot up, he had knocked his pen pot over. The fantasy was ended, the girl and the coffee nowhere in site. She was right about one thing, he thought, I definitely need coffee. As he wandered to the kitchen, a sudden burst of inspiration took him. Maybe he should add nother character to the second draft, perhaps a long-dark-haired beauty would spice things up. Yes, I could picture that.


Written in response to today’sscience coffee break earl wilson #WQWWC – FANTASY and combined my own May Challenge #Maydays. Check them out for some inspiration for your writing. 🙂

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#Maydays Prompt – Skeletons in the Closet – Great Uncle Bill

Hahahaha – These skeletons don’t stay hidden long! Great response to the #maydays prompt by Michael. Great fun. KL ❤

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maydays-logo#maydays prompt its time for that age old family discussion of skeletons in the closet.

Mum screamed we all came running

There at her feet lay Great Uncle Bill.

At least the skeleton she explained

Was all that remained of Great Uncle Bill.

He was a philanderer we all knew that

A legend and myth within our family.

Bill had sailed the seven seas

A girl in every port they said

A larrikin and playboy all in one.

He died when on the run

Found shelter with his one great love

His wife, the forgiving Great Aunt May.

She said he’d gone out fishing

And never saw him again

Despite looking high and low

Not a trace was found, not one clue.

But now mum feared it would all come out

We had a skeleton in our closet,

Behind the ironing board in a hidey-hole.

At least said dad as…

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